Semester-long forum offers multidisciplinary look at Ebola

Semester-long forum offers multidisciplinary look at Ebola

All schools at Emory come together next semester to offer an extensive, multidisciplinary forum exploring the impact of Ebola on public health, policy, law, ethics, government, religion and more.


Healthy holiday eating Q&A with an Emory Healthcare cardiologist

Healthy holiday eating Q&A with an Emory Healthcare cardiologist

Healthy holiday eating Q&A with an Emory Healthcare cardiologist

Alumni Ink: Tasty Books, Cultural Observations

Alumni Ink: Tasty Books, Cultural Observations

This month's Alumni Ink column from Emory Wire is dedicated to Emory's food writers and food lovers who savor their descriptive phrases as much as their tended gardens and cherished recipes.

Emory, UGA collaborate to leverage strengths in infectious disease research

Emory, UGA collaborate to leverage strengths in infectious disease research

The University of Georgia and Emory University are strengthening their collaborations to elevate the position of the Atlanta-Athens corridor as a national hub for infectious disease research.


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Emory's Campus Kitchen prepares healthy meals for those in need

Concerned about food waste at campus dining facilities, student Naomi Maisel launched a new organization to recover unused food to prepare meals for local charities.

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Photo project seeks 'Typical American Families'

The new project by Carlton Mackey, director of Emory's Ethics and the Arts Program and creator of "Beautiful in Every Shade," will celebrate diverse family structures.

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Holiday giving opportunities abound on Emory, Oxford campuses

Join the Emory community in giving back this holiday season by donating toys, books, coats, food and more to help those in need.

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Emory students join nationwide protests

Led by students at Candler School of Theology, members of the Emory community held a "die-in" protest on Dec. 4.